Vera M. DeLain
February 15, 1920 - September 29, 2006
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St. Matthew Ev. Lutheran Church
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Appleton, WI
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Appleton, WI
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St. Matthew Ev. Lutheran Church
129 South Mason Street
Appleton, WI
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Appleton, WI 54911
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DeLain, Vera M. Neenah Age 86, passed away Friday, September 29, 2006, at ManorCare of Appleton. She was born February 15, 1920, in Polar, the daughter of the late William and Lena (Hose) Brandt. After her younger sister Margaret was born, the Brandt family moved to Appleton. Vera attended St. Matthew Ev. Lutheran School and…

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Jeremy Portmann left a message on April 6, 2009:
We will all miss grandma very much. I'll never forget the huge breakfasts and lunches grandma made when I was staying with her or visiting. An example of a typical breakfast at grandma "Tiny's" was a bowl of cereal, two toast (lots of butter), two eggs, roasted chicken wings, beef hash (pork 'n beans and ground beef), and various fruit and vegatables. I love you grandma. I will always cherish the memories of times I spent with you.
Michelle Bower left a message on April 6, 2009:
My fondest memories of visits to Grandma Tiny's house were also of the wonderful food she would make. Whenever we would visit, she'd make sure to make my favorite cake....confetti angel food with cherry frosting. To this day, whenever I eat angel food cake, I think of Grandma. She would also make this wonderful homemade bean soup with dumplings. I have tried to replicate it many times since, but nothing compares to Grandma's! I remember her beautiful back yard that she took such pride in. Her beautiful flowers and plants she spent hours tending to. I also remember playing with her tic-tac-toe game in the back yard,where you would toss soft pillow type things on to the squares to try to get your "x" or "O" to twirl over. We would also sit for hours looking through her many photo albums and her salt and pepper shaker collection. When our daughter, Carlin came to visit Great Grandma for the first time, she was 5 months old and she and Grandma giggled at each other for hours. I really regret that our son, Connor was not able to meet his Great Grandma Tiny. I'm sure they would have shared a few giggles as well. We miss you Grandma. I'm sure you're dishing up some awesome food to all of the Angels. Thanks for all the memories. Love, Michelle, Donovan, Carlin and Connor Bower
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
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